Would to God, Richard, or any of his vaunting minions of England, would appear in these lists!
The savage looked around him with a vaunting air as he uttered these words.
Whilst his friend was vaunting his courage, Harry looked, to say the truth, by no means courageous.
And I who fought so bravely for the glory And might which now the vaunting tyrants boast!
It was not for him to go out of his way to champion the cause either of cruel Assyria or vaunting Babylon.
America is relieved of the need of vaunting herself upon it.
Val did not know that an American is never so happy as when he is vaunting his womenkind.
That our bravery is of the vaunting kind that telleth of itself?
Here their vaunting hopes were destined to meet with the first disappointment.
She does not need to pose, for she knows her own power without ever vaunting it.
c.1400, "speak vainly or proudly," from Middle French vanter "to praise, speak highly of," from Late Latin vanitare "to boast," frequentative of Latin vanare "to utter empty words," from vanus "idle, empty" (see vain). Related: Vaunted; vaunting.